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Overall rating
4.5 / 5
based on 92 reviews

Great way to learn about New Orleans outside the French Quarter

Noce informative guide showed us the many parts which make up New Orleans besdies the French Quarter. Appreciated thee 2 stops : one to see a cemetery ans learn about their burial customs, the other at City Park with a chamce to buy beignets at Cafe du Monde and an opportunity to stroll around the Sculture Garden with lots of amazing modern art in a wonderful outdoor setting. Gave me an idea of where I wanted to exlore later as we went throigh the Garden and Warehoise District and sa aw the St Charles Streetcar. Good way to start my trip to New Orleans

New Orleans: 2-Hour City Sightseeing Bus Tour Reviewed by

This tour was awesome! Our tour guide Donna was exceptional! She was so knowledgeable and interesting I didn’t want the tour to end. I enjoyed hearing the stories from a born and raised Orleanean and her accent is charming. I usually do not enjoy group tours but this one was great!! I will actually go again next time in New Orleans I enjoyed it so much.

New Orleans: 2-Hour City Sightseeing Bus Tour Reviewed by

Roland’s wife’s response.....Our tour was awesome.... our tour guide had the most unusual voice and manner.... he really grew on us. By the end of the tour we felt like we had backed up in time and enjoyed an all time classic movie with the magical touch of Disney....all we needed was popcorn. I did not feel well and I am so glad we did not cancel...

New Orleans: 2-Hour City Sightseeing Bus Tour Reviewed by

My mom and I had a wonderful time. Everything went as expected. I suppose it would have been nice to know that most of the tour guide announcements were about things mostly on one side of the boat. But we appreciated the more quiet return trip. Thank you for enhancing our first trip to New Orleans.

Very interesting about the tombs and the purpose of having them raised and no trees around. Everybody thinks it's because the water table is high. Go on the tour and find out. The streets going through the cemeteries had street names. Buy the home made candy from the lady by the cemetery.

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